Wednesday, April 08, 2009

happy wednesday video

Take a minute or two for this one. It's worth it.

This is SO the kind of thing I would end up getting involved in.

21 comments:

Brian F. said...

I still haven't received a satisfactory answer to the simple question: why isn't real life more like this?

Sarah Laurenson said...

OMG. That's hilarious!

Sara J. Henry said...

Ah, c'mon, Moonie, it's not spontaneous - maybe a few bystanders jumped in, but it's clearly choreographed and rehearsed. Still fun to watch.

Crystal Posey said...

That. Is. Awesome.

Miriam S.Forster said...

It would be interesting to know how many people were actually involved to begin with and how many jumped in. For instance, could you get something like that started with just six people who knew the routine?

I wish MY life would turn into a musical...

Kaytie M. Lee said...

Oh, man. I'm going to be in Antwerp in two weeks...if this happens to me I will die of happiness.

(I love how there ended up being more participants than spectators, regardless of whether they were spontaneous bystanders or choreographed individuals!)

Jo said...

Spontaneous or choreographed...Thanks so much for this! I really needed it on this gray gray day.

lisanneharris said...

That was freaking awesome! So much fun to watch. I wish I lived in a corner of the world where things like this happen!

It doesn't matter if it's choreographed or not--it's just cool that a group of people thought to do it for the pure enjoyment of it all.

Thanks for posting the link!

Dawn said...

I have no idea why things like this bring tears of delight to my eyes, but I'm willing to roll with it. Thanks.

Anonymous said...

Awesome! Thanks. Of course it is choreographed--but it happened in a train station spontaneously!

PurpleClover said...

Aww that actually gave me warm fuzzies for some reason. And like...was anyone actually riding the trains? lol.

One other thing I noticed...is it me or was everyone beautiful? I'm sure you wouldn't see that many good-looking people at my local train station. lol.

macaronipants said...

I used to buy the TV Guide when I was a kid every Sunday just to see if the Sound of Music would be on. Oh the joy when I would find it! I would run shrieking into the kitchen and my mother and I would dance around like loons.

Thanks for the post. I think I'll watch it tonight!

macaronipants said...

the movie, that is...

moonrat said...

humm. the rally monkey knows EVERY WORD of the sound of music. and i don't mean just every song lyric. i mean EVERY. WORD.

also, all the dance routines.


should i worry?

Jo said...

As the wife of a man who loves watching figure skating on television (and not in a sleazy way), I'd say let the RM indulge himself.

magolla said...

I would be all over that! Who cares if it is choreographed or not, it was wonderful! Thanks for the pick me up!

Whirlochre said...

Fans of the genre may also enjoy this one here at http://tinyurl.com/theguywiththehairrocks

macaronipants said...

I KNOW EVERY WORD TOO!!

er, sorry.

Don't worry. Not unless he starts sache-ing around some train station in Antwerp.

RedHawk said...

I was going to say that the Rally Monkey would love this, but I am not sure. It isn't the movie. Anyway you beat me to the punch line.

Melanie Avila said...

I would LOVE to do something like this!

Chris Eldin said...

OMG! I LOVE this!!! Thanks for posting... I'm going to watch this again. The Sound of Music is one of my favorites...
:-)